Emergency Planning Kits

Town Alerts and Notifications

Community and Neighborhood Indicators

  • Greater Manchester 3 Year Prevention PlanSubstance Misuse and Other Health Promotions
    The Greater Manchester Region along with the other thirteen Regional Public Health Networks, work in concert with other state agencies to address the goals and objectives outlined in the state plan, Collective Action – Collective Impact (CA-CI): New Hampshire’s Strategy for Reducing the Misuse of Alcohol and Other Drugs and Promoting Recovery, which was released in February 2013.
  • Greater Manchester CHIPCommunity Health Improvement Plan
    The City of Manchester Health Department and the Greater Manchester Public Health Network's collective vision is to transform public health in our region to an integrated system capable of seamless collaborations among all healthcare providers and public safety personnel with constructive engagement of patients, families and communities.
  • Greater Manchester Community Health Needs Assessment
    With the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, all not-for-profit hospitals nationally must conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) every three years. The state of New Hampshire requires a Community Health Needs Assessment every five years. The hospitals use this information to create an implementation plan to address the community needs identified through this process.
  • Greater Manchester Community Health Needs Assessment: Appendix

Town Community Profiles

Be Prepared

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Goffstown CERT
  • Hillsborough County Amateur Radio Emergency Service
    A volunteer organization sponsored by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL®) providing specific communications capabilities in times of emergency. All ARES volunteers are FCC licensed Amateur Radio operators who have registered their abilities and equipment, and have been trained to serve as emergency communicators.

Regional Plans

  • Greater Manchester 3 Year Prevention PlanSubstance Misuse and Other Health Promotions
    The Greater Manchester Region along with the other thirteen Regional Public Health Networks, work in concert with other state agencies to address the goals and objectives outlined in the state plan, Collective Action – Collective Impact (CA-CI): New Hampshire’s Strategy for Reducing the Misuse of Alcohol and Other Drugs and Promoting Recovery, which was released in February 2013.
  • Greater Manchester CHIPCommunity Health Improvement Plan
    The City of Manchester Health Department and the Greater Manchester Public Health Network's collective vision is to transform public health in our region to an integrated system capable of seamless collaborations among all healthcare providers and public safety personnel with constructive engagement of patients, families and communities.
  • Greater Manchester Community Health Needs Assessment
    With the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, all not-for-profit hospitals nationally must conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) every three years. The state of New Hampshire requires a Community Health Needs Assessment every five years. The hospitals use this information to create an implementation plan to address the community needs identified through this process.
  • Greater Manchester Community Health Needs Assessment: Appendix

Town Emergency Management Contacts

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Contact Information

Address
City of Manchester Health Department
1528 Elm St, Manchester, NH 03101

 

Phone
(603) 624-6466

Email
Health@ManchesterNH.gov

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